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Juan Manuel Fangio


Juan Manuel Fangio was a pioneer in the early days of Formula One as a five-time winner of the World Drivers' Championship in the sport's first decade. That record stood for 47 years until broken by Michael Schumacher. Nicknamed "El Chueco," Fangio won 24 times on the Formula One circuit with teams such as Alfa Romeo, Maserati and Mercedes-Benz. His last win came at the 1957 German Grand Prix, before the Argentinian retired a year later.

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